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Griffin and Bell Education Ltd
117 George Street
London
W1H 7HF

Tel: 0203 535 0835
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.griffinandbell.com

We have visited Griffin and Bell’s offices. In addition, 41 clients and 19 tutors have completed an on-line survey. For an explanation of the different tutor sections in the Good Schools Guide see which tutor agency? 

The Good Schools Guide review of Griffin and Bell Education

Husband and wife team Victoria and Matthew (known as Matt) Smith run a very personal and personalised service (no switchboard here), with the help of Rosh Mahtani and Laurie Stevens, all of whom work from a nice, bright room at the very top of an upscale Marylebone townhouse, which has been converted into modern offices with shared meeting space downstairs.

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